The City of Lubbock is starting to ease water restrictions for more parts of Lubbock.
Wednesday, restrictions were eased for those residents and businesses north of 4th Street. They can now water their lawns once a week.
Monday, restrictions were eased for residents east of I-27. The city says it is part of their plans to slowly ease water restrictions by phases. The restrictions were put in to place because of the re-location of a major water line as part of the Marsha Sharp Freeway project.
During these continued water restrictions, NewsChannel 11 will continue to monitor the city's daily water use. Tuesday, residents used 35-million gallons of water. That is just 2-million gallons away from the boiling point.
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